Strength on Double Seven

James Peck, a blond young man of Manhattan who belongs to "Peacemakers," rushed up to the horseshoe table as the Security Council gathered last week at Lake Success. He began passing out "Mediation in Korea" leaflets. A guard told him to stop. Instead, Peck reached toward

Council President Arne Sunde of Norway, with a leaflet outstretched. Said Secretary General Trygve Lie sternly: "Get him out of here—quietly." Guards grabbed Peck and hustled him away (see cut).

Even before Peck reached the door, Sunde opened the meeting. Peacemaking by mediation was no longer possible. Sunde set the mood. In measured English, spiced...

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